News of Note—Senate’s net neutrality bill, EXFO, CenturyLink and more

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On International Women's Day, CenturyLink's Women Empowered employee resource group will host events around the world. (Pixabay)

> Republican Louisiana Senator John Kennedy’s introduction of the Senate’s own version of the Open Internet Preservation Act is facing backlash from consumer and advocacy groups. Engadget article

> On International Women's Day, CenturyLink's Women Empowered employee resource group hosted events around the world. Release

> EXFO will join the Ethernet Alliance's interoperability demonstration taking place at OFC 2018. Release


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> LF Networking Fund, a Linux Foundation initiative that sustains and advances various networking technologies, announced that eight new members have joined. Release

> The Senate Commerce Committee is keying up three new infrastructure meetings for next week, including one on broadband. Multichannel News article

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